Cassper Nyovest (Instagram)
Johannesburg – When future generations look back on 2015, they will no doubt remember a series of xenophobic attacks which gripped the nation in April.
The country watched as locals turned against foreigners, with many taking to social media to voice their outrage - many of these voices coming from celebs across Mzansi.
As the crisis deepened, celebs took to the streets to march, and to the studio to record songs, encouraging an end to the violence.
One of the biggest celeb contributions to the fight against xenophobia came from rapper, Cassper Nyovest who pledged R100 000 to relief efforts.